Here's the APR tip of the week. This one is actually 4 flash cards in one post.
Back: A view, judgment or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter.
Back: Mental acceptance of a claim as fact.
Back: Something intrinsically valuable or desirable
Back: A mental position with regard to a fact or state; a feeling or emotion toward a fact or state.
I think these can be some of the hardest terms to apply correctly. Try to apply it, and you'll see why.
Let's take the issue of gay marriage. I think gay marriage should be legalized. This is my opinion; I've mentally made this judgment. That judgment is based on a belief (since it is not a proven fact) that people are born gay, and a personal value placed on equal human rights. All of this is tied up in my general attitude (a feeling about things) that being gay is ok.
Wow, wish I could have come up with a less controversial example, but there it is!
If you're prepping for the APR exam, be prepared to identify statements as being an opinion, a belief, a value, or an attitude.